Rick Hendrick, Richard Childress and Mark Martin are going into the NASCAR Hall of Fame on Friday. All of them can reflect on how rocky the road was to get there.
When an ESPN sports business writer said NASCAR needs more parity after Jimmie Johnson's seventh title, many fans and insiders bristled. But was Darren Rovell right?
Actor Owen Wilson will give the command for drivers to start their engines while serving as the Daytona 500's grand marshal.
Stewart-Haas Racing's move to Ford and building own chassis pleases team co-owner Tony Stewart.
How is retirement from NASCAR going for Tony Stewart? He looks pretty comfortable on a tractor grooming a dirt track, and soon enough, he'll be racing at dirt tracks all over.
When driver Daniel Suarez takes the wheel at Daytona, he will become the first full-time Mexican-born driver in NASCAR's Cup series.
Christopher Bell won the Chili Bowl, a big victory for an Oklahoma native. Now he has his sights set on on a Camping World Truck Series title.
Julia Landauer knows talent alone doesn't make for a successful racing team. Making Forbes' 30 Under 30 list just might get her the recognition and partnerships she needs to make it in NASCAR.
Kyle Larson is doing what a lot of other drivers do during their "offseason." He's racing, and not just anywhere, but at this weekend's Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Midget Nationals in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Carl Edwards stepped away from NASCAR on Wednesday, but he still didn't say the word "retirement." Is he done? Ricky Craven figures Edwards will be back at some point in 2017 or not at all.
Carl Edwards only let one moment make him emotional as he announced he is done being a full-time driver. It was an uncharacteristic break for him, and likely the last we'll ever see.
Carl Edwards announced Wednesday that he is stepping away from NASCAR but said he wouldn't use the word "retirement."
Daniel Suarez continues to break barriers as he will become the first full-time driver in NASCAR's top series for Joe Gibbs Racing in 2017.
Carl Edwards has always been cordial but guarded when it comes to his private life. Why is he going to announce his retirement Wednesday? We might never know.
Toyota got a jump on its Camry design for NASCAR, unveiling the 2017 race car Monday well before the 2018 Camry it's designed off of hits dealerships in August.
NASCAR driver Danica Patrick was hands-on when it came to her "Warrior by Danica Patrick" athleisure style clothing line, which makes its HSN debut on Wednesday.
Johnny Sauter has driven in the Cup and Xfinity series, but the chance to compete and win is what drives him. The 2016 Camping World Truck Series champion is just fine where he's at.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. married longtime girlfriend Amy Reimann on New Year's Eve.
After the Yellow Jackets play Kentucky in the Tax Slayer Bowl, Eason Fromayan will leave football to pursue his dream of joining a NASCAR pit crew.
Texas Motor Speedway will reduce the banking in its first two turns as part of a repaving project and install a new drainage system.
So, with Sprint out of the picture, where should a NASCAR fan turn for the best at-track wireless experience? Well, it's going to be a work in progress, Bob Pockrass writes.
How do drivers cope with losing as they look forward to a new season? For Carl Edwards, Joey Logano and Matt Kenseth, they conclude that they did all they could, Bob Pockrass writes.
It's a long winter without racing, but the PRI show last week in Indianapolis goes a long way toward keeping the industry excited.
NASCAR will call its premier series the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series starting next season.
Richard Petty Motorsports will downsize from two Cup cars to one for 2017, making it the fourth organization to either cut its number of cars or close after the 2016 season.
Ryan Blaney has received a guaranteed starting spot in each of NASCAR's Cup Series events if more than 40 cars show up at a race.
The United States Auto Club is rolling out safety improvements across series it sanctions.
Another day, another mind-blowing Danica Patrick gym post. And yes, you really need to see this one, too.
David Ragan, who earned the first Cup victory for Front Row Motorsports when he won in 2013 at Talladega Superspeedway, will return to the organization in 2017.
When Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May needed a new gig after their departure from "Top Gear," Amazon stepped in to pay for their brand of car mayhem. "The Grand Tour" is good fun.
Is Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s return a surprise? Is the Monster Energy deal good for NASCAR? Is Nico Rosberg crazy or crazy smart? Our gang has at it.
The word "fun" was used a lot when NASCAR announced Monster Energy as the sponsor of its top series. But it's going to take more than fun to make this partnership work, writes Bob Pockrass.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. feels so good that he plans to resume contract negotiations with Hendrick Motorsports before he returns to racing in late February
"I feel great, and I'm excited to officially be back," Dale Earnhardt Jr. said Thursday, one day after being medically cleared for the 2017 season.
Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s expected return. A Monster chance to brand the top series. Drivers in, drivers out, and some teams are going to fold. Yes, it will be a big Silly Season, writes Bob Pockrass.
Jimmie Johnson was waiting for friend and awards ceremony host Jay Mohr to run him over with some good gags Friday night, but it didn't happen. What did? Respect ran rampant, writes Bob Pockrass.
There are great athletes, and then there are the transcendent ones. Jimmie Johnson? He isn't just a credit to NASCAR. Like Jordan, Gretzky and Ruth in their sports, Johnson now defines NASCAR.
After fielding two Sprint Cup cars during the 2016 season, HScott Motorsports has suspended operations and will not compete in NASCAR in 2017.
After accepting his 14th straight most popular driver award, Dale Earnhardt Jr. said he doesn't foresee any problems as he eyes his return in 2017 after missing the last 18 races of the season.
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The #18 M&M's Toyota that Kyle Busch will drive in 2017
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NASCAR confirmed it conducted a test Friday with AJ Allmendinger at Charlotte Motor Speedway where it gathered data on how the car reacted on the road course portion that runs through the infield in addition to using most of the oval. Neither NASCAR nor the track would say if it is considering racing using the road course at any of the NASCAR events at CMS this year. Motorsport.com and Catchfence.com first reported the test.